[uf-discuss] Disambiguation Conventions? (was Comments from IBM/Lotus rep about Microformats)

Mike Schinkel mikeschinkel at gmail.com
Mon Dec 11 21:29:25 PST 2006

Ryan Cannon wrote:
> If the community is slow to develop a format that makes 
> sense, we often encourage authors to develop their own 
> systems, which then can inform how a format will function in 
> the wild. This is where documentation and the oft-belabored 
> "process" becomes powerful. Although it can be annoying for 
> early-adopters and people who need solutions now, it creates 
> strong formats once the issues are solidified.

Arrgghhh!  (he says, frustrated that people address the tangent to his
issue, but don't/won't address his actual issue!)

So I repeat: How then can we achieve a disambiguation conventions to keep
official Microformats from conflicting with "proto- Microformats?"

-Mike Schinkel

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